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A look at some notable facts and figures from the New York Yankees' 3-2 victory in 12 innings over the Baltimore Orioles in Game 3 of the American League Division Series at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday night.
Raul Ibanez, who hit a pinch-hit home run in the ninth inning to send the game into extra innings before hitting a walk-off home run in the 12th, became the first player in postseason history to hit two homers in a game he didn't start.
Ibanez is the first player in postseason history to hit a home run in the ninth inning and extra innings of the same game.
Ibanez, 40, became the oldest player to hit a walk-off homer in a postseason game, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
Ibanez, who pinch-hit for Alex Rodriguez, became the first Yankees player to hit a game-tying home run in the ninth inning or later of a postseason game since Rodriguez in 2009.
On Oct. 10, 1964 -- 48 years to the day -- Mickey Mantle hit a walk-off homer against the Cardinals in the ninth inning in Game 3 of the World Series to give the Yankees a 2-1 win.
David Robertson, who recorded the win, also got the victory in the last extra-innings playoff game at Yankee Stadium, a 4-3 win over the Angels in Game 2 of the 2009 American League Championship Series on Oct. 17.
The Orioles had a 16-game extra-innings winning streak snapped and fell to 16-3 in extra innings on the year. All three losses have been to the Yankees.
The game tied Baltimore's longest playoff game in club history. The last time the O's had a postseason contest go 12 innings was in Game 3 of the 1997 AL Championship Series -- a 2-1 loss to the Indians.
Baltimore lost for the first time this season when leading after seven innings. Including the playoffs, the Orioles were 76-0 entering Game 3.
Manny Machado, 20, became the youngest Orioles player to hit a postseason home run when he took Yankees starter Hiroki Kuroda deep in the fifth. Machado also became the second-youngest player to hit a home run in the playoffs -- Andruw Jones, who homered against the Yankees in the 1996 World Series as a 19-year-old with the Braves, is the youngest.
Machado joined Jones, Mantle and Miguel Cabrera as the only players to hit a postseason home run before turning 21.
Rookie Ryan Flaherty hit the Orioles' first home run of the playoffs with a second-inning solo homer off Kuroda. It was Baltimore's first postseason home run since Eric Davis went deep in Game 5 of the 1997 ALCS.
Flaherty and Machado are the only two Orioles rookies to a hit a postseason home run in club history. They also became the first pair of rookie teammates to hit home runs in the same postseason game.
Machado and Jim Thome are the youngest and oldest Orioles players to record a postseason at-bat. Before Machado, Jim Palmer was the youngest.
Derek Jeter extended his postseason hitting streak to six games with a third-inning triple off Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez and has hit safely in 14 of his last 15 ALDS games dating back to 2007.
Jeter's triple moved him into a three-way tie with George Brett and Rafael Furcal for the most in postseason history.
Jeter recorded the 56th multi-hit game of his postseason career, giving him 3,501 career hits, including the playoffs.
Jeter moved within three hits of 200 for his playoff career. The next closest is former teammate Bernie Williams, who has 128.
Gonzalez became the first rookie to allow one run or fewer in seven-plus innings pitched against the Yankees in a postseason game since Joe Black of the Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 4 of the 1952 World Series.
Gonzalez has a 2.21 ERA, 25:1 strikeout-to-walk-ratio and is holding Yankees hitters to a .197 batting average over three career starts against them, all coming at Yankee Stadium.
Rodriguez went 0-for-3 with a pair of strikeouts and is 3-for-30 over his last two postseasons, striking out 13 times. He has gone 73 consecutive postseason at-bats without a homer, the longest drought of his playoff career.